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Process of education on magnetism division

Magnetism division is good.

Different courses on classical theory of magnetic phenomena and on actual problems of modern theory of magnetism are read on magnetism division. High level of teaching is a result of intensive scientific work of all lecturers.

Students of magnetism division do practical work on the 8th term with more then 50 students from other divisions each year.

Solid State ohysics division
Physics of semiconductors division
General Physics and Magneto-Ordered Matter division
Low-Temperature Physics and Superconductivity division
Quantum eleectronics division
Physics of Oscillations division
Neutronography division
General physics division
General Physics and Molecular Electronics divison

Following courses are read on magnetism division:

Special course

Lecturer

Attestation

oblig. alt.

Groups

Hours

Note.

Introduction in physics of magnetic phenomena

Alexander Shaligin, associate prof.

assessment

oblig.

319,305

2 h. / 32

6th term

Automation of physical experiment

Nikolai Perov, associate prof.

assessment

oblig.

319, 305

2 h. / 32

6th term

Physics of magnetic phenomena, chapter I

Kotel'nikova Olga, associate prof.

assessment

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 36

7th term

Quantum models in magnetism

Kotel'nikova Olga, associate prof.

assessment

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 36

7th term

Quantum theory of solid state, chapter I

Alexander Granovskii, prof.

assessment

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 36

7th term

Experimental methods in magnetism

Valerii Prudnikov, prof.

Exam

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 36

7th term

Magnetooptics of ferromagnetics

Chetkin Mikhail, main researcher

assessment

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 32

8th term

Physics of magnetic phenomena, chapter II (Magnetoorganized medium)

Radkovskaya Anna, associate prof.

Exam

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 32

8th term

Critical phenomena and magnetic phase transitions

Kotel'nikova Olga, associate prof.

assessment

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 32

8th term

Quantum theory of solid state, chapter II

Alexander Granovskii, prof.

assessment

oblig.

419, 405

2 h. / 32

8th term

Physics of magnetic phenomena, chapter III

Zubov Viktor, leading researcher

Exam

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Magnetic materials

Valerii Prudnikov, prof.

Exam

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Physics of condensed matter

Alexander Granovskii, prof.

Exam

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Theory of transition metal alloys

Anatoly Vadyaev, prof.

Exam

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Chosen chapters in theory of magnetism, chapter II

Natalia Pugach, assistant

assessment

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Physical basics of ecology

Koptsic Sergei, advanced researcher

assessment

alt.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Innovations and protection of intellectual property in modern science

Andrei Kudakov, advanced researcher

assessment

alt.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Numerical techniques in solid state physics

Nikita Strelkov, advanced researcher

assessment

alt.

519, 505

2 h. / 36

9th term

Physics of magnetic phenomena, chapter IV (Complex magnetics. High-frequency properties)

Shaligina Elena, main researcher

Exam

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 32

10th term

Chosen chapters in theory of magnetism, chapter II

Anatoly Vadyaev, prof.

Exam

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 32

10th term

Transport phenomena in ferromagnetic materials and alloys

Rizhanova Natalia, advanced researcher

assessment

oblig.

519, 505

2 h. / 32

10th term

Modern experimental methods in physics of magnetic phenomena

Nikolai Perov, associate prof.

assessment

alt.

519, 505

2 h. / 32

10th term

Experimental equipment of modern magnetic laboratory

Nikolai Perov, associate prof.

assessment

alt.

519, 505

2 h. / 32

10th term


 

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